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You searched for: Place: "Auchinloch" "Auchinloch"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1583

    pint; candle, 1s. 8d. the pound; the fourpenny loaf to weigh 11 ounces. ] Burgessis gratis . Johnne Grahme of Auchinloch and Maister Petir Rollok, serwitour to ane nobill and potent lord Johnne erll of Mointrois, ar maid burgessis and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    honour." Several waggons were smashed aad forty- four sheop killed by a collision on the Glaagow aad South-western Railway, near Auchinloch, on Wednesday. The animals were dreadfully mangled. The mutton was partly sold in Kilmarnock, at rates varying from 3d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freeman, for Pulteiiey-street Bath; Colonel Sir John Smytfae, Bart, from Gatton Park, on _ lour* Lndy Boswell, from Margate, for Auchinloch, Manchline, North Britain; (-•plain Palliser, from Tunbridge Wells, on a tour; Colonel nnd Mrs. Harland, from Dublin, foe Bath Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j of the Queen's Royals. On the 20th in-t.,at Beaconsfield. by the Rev. A. \oulelon, M.A., John Rennie, Esq., of Auchinloch, Lanarkshire, J. P., to Susannah, third daughter ot the Rev. John Gould, B.D., Rector of Beacons- tie.d and lace Subscribers-only content

    Country Journal or The Craftsman, SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 1742

    by which unhappy Accident a vaR Number of People were killed arid wounded; among the latter are the Laird of Auchinloch and the poor Minifler. The Particulars are not yet known, becaufiei he Rnbbilh is not clear'd; but 'tis faid Subscribers-only content

    Daily Advertiser, TUESDAY OCTOBER 26 1742

    of People were kill'd by the Fall; it is faid fixty are dead, | befide the Wounded; the Laird of Auchinloch is among the a Wounded, as is the poor Minifter. T he Particulars are d not yet kiown, becaule Subscribers-only content

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